Cemetery Rules and Regulations

Our cemetery rules and regulations ensure peace and respect for all.

At Woodlawn Memorial Gardens, we want to honor and respect all of the families that have chosen us as the final resting place for their loved ones. We also want to ensure our cemetery is a place where any family member or friend can come to cherish the life of a loved one. 

Here are some guidelines for ensuring everyone who visits has the experience they desire.  

Download a PDF of Woodlawn Memorial Gardens Rules & Regulations.

Cemetery Services

All who attend a service deserve privacy, respect and the freedom to reflect as they wish. Please respect any area where services are in progress. 

Flowers

Flowers can be a wonderful way to honor a loved one when you come and visit our cemetery. Please place all flowers in Woodlawn approved receptacles.  All flowers that are placed outside of an approved vase are removed immediately in order to maintain the beauty of the cemetery.  For more information about the rules and regulations surrounding cemetery flowers, click here.

Children

We love seeing children at Woodlawn Memorial Gardens. However, we ask that children are accompanied by an adult while within the cemetery or its buildings. 

Automobiles

We ask that you respect our guidelines that automobiles shall not be driven through the cemetery grounds at a speed greater than 15 miles per hour. This is for the safety and well-being of all. Automobiles may not be parked on grassy areas in any area of Woodlawn Memorial Gardens.

Pets

Pets are allowed on the cemetery grounds as long as they remain under the control of their owner. Please remember to clean up after your pet.

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